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Vin Diesel teases ‘emotional’ Fast and Furious 10 and our seatbelts are fastened: ‘The excitement is real’

Vin Diesel revealed the emotions are ‘strong’ ahead of Fast and Furious 10 (Picture: Universal)

Vin Diesel revealed that emotions are ‘strong’ ahead of Fast and Furious 10.

The actor, who plays Dominic Toretto, appeared to hint at what the possible title will be, as he shared his excitement for the upcoming instalment.

Taking to Instagram, the 54-year-old shared a photo of FX shaved into the side of a youngster’s head.

Beside the upload, he penned: ‘That excitement is real… the emotions strong. Haha. Hope, somehow perseveres in this multi generational saga. 10… the final chapter.

‘A divine number, 10 means a return to unity, the fusion between being and non-being. The number 10 denotes the completion of a cycle.

‘So proud of Universal, the incredible team of talent we are blessed to have on this journey.

‘Grateful for it all and most importantly for all of you [sic].’

Seeing as Fast and Furious 9 had an emotional ending, we’ve already got our tissues handy for the next blockbuster.

Universal announced that the next part of the action franchise, and the penultimate movie in the saga, will be arriving on the big screen on April 7, 2023.

Vin previously teased what director Justin Lin has in store for us, and it sounds wilder than ever.

‘We’ve been working on 10 for the last year, so I have so much to share and I’m holding back,’ he told Metro.co.uk.

‘I know that one of the things Justin wants to do is to film on all seven continents, which I think is pretty spectacular, as a homage to the world that’s adopted this saga as their own.

‘I think you’re going to be pretty shocked when you see Fast 10.

‘It might not necessarily be because of a certain place that we go, but there’s something special coming that I’m so excited about. I can’t tell you, but I wish I could.’

Seeing as F9 took us to space, all seven continents definitely sounds doable…

Fast and Furious 10 will be released on April 7, 2023.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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